How To Make Your Day More Mindful
Can mindfulness make a difference in your life? In this episode of Woman Worriers, host Elizabeth Cush interviews author and mindfulness leadership coach Laurie J. Cameron about her new book, The Mindful Day: Practical Ways to Find Focus, Calm, and Joy from Morning to Evening.
Why are some people so adaptable and resilient while others don’t always bounce back from a challenge? Why do some people flourish and thrive while others accept limiting beliefs, anxiety or stress? Those are the questions that intrigued leadership coach Laurie J. Cameron when she started exploring mindfulness 20 years ago. In this episode of the Woman Worriers podcast, host Elizabeth Cush, of Progression Counseling in Annapolis, Md., talks with Cameron about her new book, The Mindful Day, about incorporating mindfulness practices that allow us to access joy amidst the chaos.
Listen and learn:
How you can use your mind to develop skills to navigate life
What new research into mindfulness shows about working with thoughts and emotions
Why mindfulness is called a “practice”
Whether biology truly is destiny — or whether we can offset our genetics
How mindfulness frees us to be more resourceful, skillful and wise
Why choosing our thoughts makes a difference
How a simple change in the morning can improve how you start your day
How the stories we tell ourselves affect our outlook
Why the words we use in our self talk matter
The difference between pleasant moments and deep happiness
Why purpose in life is so important — and how to find yours
How to stay connected to your purpose in your daily life
How mindfulness shifts your mindset
Why you can’t escape old patterns completely — and why you should try anyway
The easy, three-breath practice that can help you when you’re faced with anxiety or stress
> The Mindful Day: Practical Ways to Find Focus, Calm, and Joy from Morning to Evening by Laurie J. Cameron
> Laurie Cameron’s website
> Laurie’s mindfulness blog
> Purpose Blue corporate mindfulness website
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